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8. Stress/polygraph test

State v. Keith A. Davis, 2008 WI 71, on Certification For Davis: Chris A. Gramstrup Issue/Holding: ¶38      In the case at hand, we conclude, as did the circuit court, that the defendant’s statement was voluntary. The record contains no evidence that would give rise to any concerns regarding his personal characteristics. Davis, at the time this occurred… Read More

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State v. Keith A. Davis, 2008 WI 71, on Certification For Davis: Chris A. Gramstrup Issue/Holding: ¶20      Principles applicable to polygraph testing are equally applicable to voice stress analysis. See Wis. Stat. § 905.065(1); 7 Daniel D. Blinka, Wisconsin Evidence§ 5065.1 (2d ed. 2001) (concluding that there is little reason to treat the forms of honesty testing mentioned in § 905.065 differently, “at least… Read More

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State v. Keith A. Davis, 2008 WI 71, on Certification For Davis: Chris A. Gramstrup Issue/Holding1: Admissibility of a statement made in connection with a voice stress analysis (or other form of “honesty test”) turns on whether the statement is “totally discrete” from the testing procedure as gauged by the following factors: ¶23      Under the totality of the… Read More

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Confessions – Post-Polygraph – Admissibility

State v. Jeremy T. Greer, 2003 WI App 112, on remand following equally-divided result,2003 WI 30; PFR filed 6/12/03 For Greer: Donna L. Hintze, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue/Holding: ¶14. In this case it is not disputed that before he confessed to Detective Williams, Greer was told, both orally and in writing, that the polygraph test was over… Read More

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